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In short, yes, you can seek such an order in the circumstances. The order would be one made by a civil court under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997.
However, you should be aware that under the 1997 Act, this form of harassment is a criminal offence too.
Therefore, it is open to you to report it to the police.
If you do that, then the police will visit them first and warn them against continuing to harass you. They do not arrest/charge immediately; a warning happens first.
Most people opt to purse via the police because it costs nothing.
And to be fair, it can be more effective when a uniformed police offer attends to warn somebody not to do something.
However, you can go down the Court route as an alternative if you wish to.
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